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Bibliography 1992-94

Since Leslie Kane's Casebook on David Mamet had an annotated bibliography up to 1992 of the scholarship and reviews, this is an update to 1994.

David Mamet Bibliography, 1992-Summer 1994

Compiled by David K. and Janice A. Sauer, Bibliographers

David Mamet: Publications

Mamet, David. “71st and Jeffery.” Chicago Tribune 26 Apr. 1992, Sec. 10: 23.

Mamet, David. The Cabin .  New York: Turtle Bay Books, 1992.

Mamet, David. “Home Guide.” Premiere Sept. 1992: 139. Mamet on Dodsworth .

Mamet, David. “Homespun Fop.” New York Times Magazine 21 June 1992: 14.

Mamet, David. “I was a Teenage Off-Broadway Gofer.” Observer [New York] 2 Nov. 1992: 1, 22.

Mamet, David. Oleanna .  New York: Pantheon, 1992.

Mamet, David. “The Rake.” Harper’s June 1992: 69. Childhood memories of abuse.

Mamet, David. “In the Mamet Manner.” Elle Decor Apr. 1993: 71-75. Restoring his Boston Victorian house.

Mamet, David. “Jolly.” The Best American Short Plays 1992-93 . Eds. Howard Stein and Glenn Young. New York: Applause, 1993. 93-119.

Mamet, David. Oleanna .  New York: Vintage, 1993.

Mamet, David. “Two Colors.” New Yorker 15 Nov. 1993: 80.

Mamet, David. “The Watch-Memoir.” Playboy 1 Jan. 1993: 142.

Mamet, David. “ The Diner.” Land’s End Catalog Feb. 1994: 14-15.

Mamet, David. “The Waterworld.” Ploughshares 19.1 (Spring 1993): 187.

Mamet, David. Plays One: A Whore's Profession: Notes and Essays . London: Faber, 1994.

Mamet, David. Plays: One . London: Methuen, 1994.

Mamet, David. The Village: a Novel .  Boston: Little, Brown, 1994.


American Buffalo: Reviews

Gill, Brendan. “Interlude 1983: American Buffalo .” New Yorker  31 May 1993: 91. Reprint of 1983 review.

Tommasini, Anthony. “The Rhythms Are Off for American Buffalo .” Lyric Stage, Boston. Boston Globe  27 Mar. 1993: 32.

Bobby Gould In Hell: Reviews

Christiansen, Richard. “Mamet Fills 'Gould' with Hellish Fun.” Center Theater Studio, Chicago. Chicago Tribune 9 June 1992, Sec. 1: 20.

McCulloh, T. H. “David Mamet's Don Juan in Hell.” Flight Theatre, Hollywood, Cal. Los Angeles Times 19 Feb. 1993: 22F.

The Cabin: Book Reviews

Hampton, Wilborn. “In Short.” Rev. of The Cabin . New York Times Book Review 17 Jan. 1993: 24.

Koenig, Rhoda and Tobi Tobias. “Misty Watercolored Memories. ” New York 20 Nov. 1992: 129.

Siegel, Ed. “Minimalist Mamet: 1 of 20 Essays Scores.” Boston Globe 30 Nov. 1992: 43.

Stuttaford, Genevieve. “Forecasts: Nonfiction.” Publisher’s Weekly 16 Nov. 1992: 55.

The Cryptogram: Reviews and Notices

“Furthermore.” Time 4 Apr. 1994: 85. The Cryptogram to debut in London.

Stuart, Jan. “A Puzzle of Portent from Mamet.” Rev. of The Cryptogram . Ambassador's Theater, London. Newsday [New York] 1 July 1994, Pt.II/Weekend: B02.

Wolf, Matt. “Mamet's Bleak New 'Cryptogram' a Mystery Waiting To Be Decoded.” Chicago Tribune 5 July 1994: N16 Arts.  Survey of London reviews.

Dissertations and Theses

Beckwith, Jeanne. “The Theatre of the Unspeakable Devianey [sic] and the Drama in David Mamet and Peter Barnes.” Drama. Dir. Stanley Longman. Georgia, in progress 1993.

Brewer, Gay. “David Mamet and Film: Illusion and Disillusion in a Wounded Land.” DAI 53 (1993) 1302A. Ohio State University, 1992.

Hunter, Jeffrey Craig. “Two Designs for the Theatre.” M.F.A. Thesis. University of Texas, 1993.

McDonough, Carla Jane. “Staging Masculinity: The Search for Male Identity in Contemporary American Drama.” DAI 53 (1993): 3910A. University of Tennessee, 1992. Mamet, Shepard, Rabe, August Wilson.

Mexicott, Brian. “Men and Masculinity in the Works of David Mamet.” English. Dir. Thomas Adler. Purdue University, in progress 1994.

Westerman, Kenneth Martin. “A Production of David Mamet's The Water Engine .” M.F.A.  Thesis. University of Texas—Austin, 1993.


Kane, Leslie, ed. Glengarry Glen Ross: Text and Performance . New York: Garland, 1995.  

Glengarry Glen Ross:   Notes and Reviews of Film/Video

Calhoun, John. “Dead End.” TCI 26.9 (Nov. 1992): 9. Sets of Glengarry film.

Canby, Vincent. “Mamet's Real Estate Sharks and Their Prey.” New York Times 30 Sept. 1992: C15.

Carr, Jay. “'Glengarry': 80s Requiem Potent in 90s.” Boston Globe 2 Oct. 1992: 45.

Corliss, Richard. “Sweating Out Loud.” Time 12 Oct. 1992: 84.

Daly, Steve and Lisa Karlin. “Language Barrier.” Entertainment Weekly 9 Oct. 1992: 41.

Denby, David. “A Few Bad Men.” New York 12 Oct. 1992: 64.

Gerosa, Melina. "We Swear." Entertainment Weekly 16 Oct. 1992: 8. Lists number of times the 'F' word is used in Glengarry film.

Goodman, Walter. “In Mamet's World, You Are How You Speak.” New York Times 4 Oct. 1992, Sec. 2: 24.

J[ohnson], B. D. “Closing for the Kill.” Maclean’s 5 Oct. 1992: 63.

Kauffmann, Stanley. “Deaths of Salesmen.” New Republic 26 Oct. 1992: 30.

Kempley, Rita. “Mamet’s Moral Swamp.” Rev. of film. Washington Post 2 Oct. 1992: C1.

Kempley, Rita. “Glengarry Glen Ross.” Rev. of video. Washington Post 20 May 1993: D7.

Linklater, John. “Subtle Tyrant of the Finer Lines.” Herald [Glasgow] 28 June 1994: 20. Discussion by actors of Glengarry .

McCabe, Bruce. “The Darker Side of Capitalism.” Boston Globe 23 Aug. 1992: Television 2.

McCarthy, Todd. Rev. of Glengarry Glen Ross. Variety 31 Aug. 1992: 59.

Powers, John. “SWF Seeks Same.” Harper’s Bazaar Sept. 1992: 128.

Rea, Steven. “All-Star Cast of Real-Estate Scammers at Work in Glengarry .” Philadelphia Enquirer 2 Oct. 1992: WKD 3.

Salamon, Julie. “Frears’s Latest: It’s a Wonderful Picture.” Wall Street Journal 1 Oct. 1992: A14.

Simon, John. “Worst Guys Finish First.” National Review 2 Nov. 1992: 62.

Sragow, Michael. Rev. of Glengarry Glen Ross.   New Yorker 5 Oct. 1992: 164.

Sterritt, David. “Cutthroat Americana.” Christian Science Monitor 29 Sept. 1992: 11.

Travers, Peter. “ Glengarry Glen Ross .” Rolling Stone 1 Oct. 1992: 74.

Hoffa: Film Notices and Reviews

“Big Labor’s Master of Manipulation.” New York Times 25 Dec. 1992: C1.

Alleva, Richard. “Two Bums.” Commonweal 12 Feb. 1993: 15-16.

Ansen, David. Rev. of Hoffa . Newsweek 28 Dec. 1992: 57.

Ascher-Walsh, Rebecca. “Boy Talk.” Entertainment Weekly 15 Jan. 1993: 10. Profanities in Hoffa .

Denby, David. Rev. of Hoffa . New York 4 Jan. 1993: 43.

DeVito, Danny. “Danny DeVito on Hoffa .” Larry King Live CNN 4 Jan. 1993: Nexis Transcript #732-2, Package, News.

Harkness, John. Rev. of Hoffa . Sight and Sound 3.4 (April 1993): 47.

Johnson, Brian. “A Holiday Quartet.” Maclean’s 4 Jan. 1993: 67.

Kauffmann, Stanley. “The Organizer.” New Republic 18 Jan. 1993: 28.

Kempton, Murray. “The Jumper.” New York Review of Books 11 Feb. 1993: 31.

McCarthy, Todd. Rev. of Hoffa. Variety 21 Dec. 1992: 59.

Rafferty, Terrence. Rev. of Hoffa . New Yorker 28 Dec. 1992: 199.

Schickel, Richard and Richard Corliss. “Why the Christmas Films Don’t Sparkle.” Time 28 Dec. 1992: 64.

Simon, John. “Charlatans Rampant.” National Review 1 Feb. 1993: 60.

Travers, Peter. “The Two Jacks.” Rolling Stone 7 Jan. 1993: 49. Hoffa and A Few Good Men .

Wilentz, Sean. “Tales of Hoffa: A Movie’s Shady Connections and Disconnections.” New Republic 1 Feb. 1993: 53.

Homicide: Reviews of Film and Video

Bowman, James.  Rev. of Homicide video. American Spectator 25.1 (Jan. 1992): 62.

Canby, Vincent.  Rev. of Homicide video. New York Times 9 Apr. 1992: C24.

Grant, Edmond.  Rev. of Homicide video. Films in Review 43.1-2 (Jan.-Feb. 1992): 40.

Hinson, Hal.  Rev. of Homicide video. Washington Post 8 July 1993: C7.

Lopate, Philip. “With Pen in Hand, They Direct Movies.” New York Times 16 Aug. 1992, Sec.2: 7. Sayles, Mamet, Schrader.

Pitman, Randy.  Rev. of Homicide video. Library Journal  15 May 1992: 136.

Quart, Leonard.  Rev. of Homicide video. Cineaste 19.1 (Winter 1992): 56.

Lakeboat Notices of Filming

Hanson, Henry. “Lunch With Henry.” Chicago July 1994: 113. Mantegna to direct film of early Mamet play.

Zwecker, Bill. “Mantegna's Wit a Hit at DePaul Theater Awards.” Chicago Sun Times 9 May 1994: 14. Mantegna directing Lakeboat in Chicago July with G. Wendt and E. O'Neill.

A Life in the Theatre: Reviews of Play and TNT Broadcast

Coe, Steve. “TNT Ups Ante for Long-Form Products.” Broadcasting & Cable 22 Mar. 1993: 18. Projects such as A Life in the Theater .

Evans, Greg. Rev. of A Life in the Theatre . Jewish Repertory Theater, New York. Variety 24 Feb. 1992: 257.

Hampton, Wilborn. “Looking at Life as a Play (a Comedy).” Jewish Repertory Theater, New York. New York Times 29 Feb. 1992: A18.

Henry, William A. III. “In a Fearful Free Fall.” Rev. of teleplay A Life in the Theatre . Time 18 Oct. 1993: 98.

Koch, John. “Mamet's 'Theater' Burned by Its Stars.” Boston Globe 8 Oct. 1993: 53.

Leonard, John. Rev. of teleplay A Life in the Theatre . New York 11 Oct. 1993: 79.

Morris, Bob. “Seeing Stars in Midtown.” New York Times 3 Oct. 1993, Sec 9: 3. Screening of teleplay A Life in the Theater .

O'Connor, John J. “Lemmon and Broderick in Early, Gentle Mamet.” New York Times 8 Oct. 1993: D19.

Roush, Matt. “TNT's Majestic Mamet.” USA Today 8 Oct. 1993: D3.

Shirley, Don. “Triumphant Performance in 'Theatre'.” Los Angeles Times 9 Oct. 1993: F14.

Simon, J. “Pipsqueak’s Progress, Playwright’s Regress.”  Jewish Repertory Theater, New York. New York 9 Mar. 1993: 77.

Oleanna: Reviews, Notices, and Previews

“Buena Vista to Go Further into Euro-Production.” Financial Times [London] 18 May 1994:  Nexis, Screen Finance: 7:8. Goldwyn and Channel Four to co-produce Mamet directed film of Oleanna .

“He Said ... She Said ... Who Did What?” New York Times 15 Nov. 1992: H6. National pundits comment on the play.

“He Says, She Says; Two Columnists Face Off Over Mamet's 'Oleanna'—Sort Of.” Chicago Tribune 3 Oct. 1993: Arts 6.

“Playwright of Oaths and Testosterone.” Independent [London] 3 July 1993: 16.

“The Best Theater of 1992.” Time 1 Jan. 1993: 67. Oleanna in top 10.

Austin, April. “Mamet Debuts New Play.” Christian Science Monitor 21 May 1992: 13. Mamet "throws gasoline on the fiery debate."

Back, Sophie. “ Oleanna : Sophie Back at the Duke of York Theatre.” Rev. of Oleanna .  London. Plays and Players Oct. 1993: 11.

Barbour, David. “Academic Gowns.” TCI 27.3 (Mar. 1993): 8. Oleanna costumes.

Cagle, Jess. “A New York Theater Meter.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Entertainment Weekly 11 Dec. 1992: 14.

Caplan, Betty. “The Gender Benders.” New Statesman and Society 2 July 1993: 34. Male playwrights’ inability to create viable female characters in their works: Mamet, Pinter, Shaffer.

Christiansen, Richard. “Battle of the Sexes.” Rev. of Oleanna. Wellington Theatre, Chicago. Chicago Tribune 14 Sept. 1993: N 22.

Church, Michael. “To PC or Not to PC, That Is the Question.” Observer [London] 20 June 1993: 60.

Gale, William K. “New Mamet Play Typically Touches Nerves.” Rev. of Oleanna. Hasty Pudding, Cambridge. Chicago Tribune 13 May 1992: C20. From Providence Journal .

Gerard, Jeremy. Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Variety 26 Oct. 1992: 76.

Henry, William A., III. “Reborn with Relevance.”  Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Time 2 Nov. 1992: 69.

Holmberg, Arthur. “The Language of Misunderstanding.” American Theatre Oct. 1992: 94.

Hornby, Richard. “Dramatizing AIDS.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Hudson Review 46.1 (Spring 1993): 189.

Kanfer, Stephen. “Problems of Craft.” New Leader 14 Dec. 1992: 26. Discusses Oleanna and critics.

Kaufman, David. “The Hidden Agenda: Oleanna at the Orpheum Theater.” Downtown [New York] 2 Dec. 1992: 18.

Kelly, Kevin. “'Oleanna' Enrages— and Engages.” Rev. of Oleanna. Hasty Pudding, Cambridge, Mass. Boston Globe 2 May 1992: 34.

Kelly, Kevin. “Political Correctness Off Broadway with David Mamet.” Heterodoxy [New York] June 1992: 9.

Kendt, Rob. “'Oleanna' Tapers Out.” Back Stage 12 Nov. 1993: 1. Los Angeles Production.

King, Robert L. Rev. of Oleanna. Yale Rep., New Haven, Conn. North American Review 279.2 (Mar.-Apr. 1994): 18.

Kirkpatrick, Melanie. “Theater: Trio of American Plays Rooted in Reality.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Wall Street Journal 29 Oct. 1992: A11.

Klein, Alvin. “At Yale Repertory, Mamet’s Oleanna .” New York Times 31 Oct. 1993: CN19.

Kroll, Jack. “A Tough Lesson in Sexual Harassment.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Newsweek 9 Nov. 1992: 65.

Lahr, John. “Dogma Days.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. New Yorker 16 Nov. 1992: 121.

Lavender, Andy. “Unquestionably Provocative.” Times [London] 10 June 1993:ARTS 1. Preview of London Royal Court production directed by Harold Pinter.

Lister, David. “Play Takes a Swipe at ‘Political Correctness'.” Rev. of Oleanna , London. Independent [London] 11 June 1993: 6.

Lyons, Donald. “Theater: Mamet & Gray.” New Criterion 11.4 (Dec. 1992): 48.

Macy, William and Deborah Eisenstadt. “David Mamet's 'Oleanna' Raises Questions of Harassment.” Interview with Liane Hansen. NPR Weekend Edition Sunday 2 May 1993: Nexis Transcript 2531 words.

Miracky, James. “ Oleanna .” Rev. of New York production with replacement cast Treat Williams and Mary McCann. America 15 May 1993: 16.

Mufson, Daniel. “The Critical Eye: Sexual Perversity in Viragos.” Rev. of Oleanna. American Repertory Theatre, New York. Theater 24.1 (Winter 1993): 111.

Nelsen, Don. “Macy Parades Talent.” Daily News [New York] 8 Nov. 1992: City Lights 9.

Nightingale, Benedict. “More Aristotle than Hemingway.” Times London 15 Sept. 1993: 37. Interview with Mamet.

Page, Clarence. “A Sexual Battle Onstage . . . and Off.” Chicago Tribune 2 May 1993, Sec. 4: 3.

Prisant, Carol and  Stephen J. Dubner. “Incident at Oleanna .” New York 8 Mar. 1993: 28.

Prose, Francine. “David Mamet’s Bully Pulpit.” Review of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Washington Post 3 Jan. 1993: G1.

Resnikova, Eva. “Fool’s Paradox.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. National Review 18 Jan. 1993: 54.

Rich, Frank. “Mamet’s New Play Detonates the Fury of Sexual Harassment.” Rev. of Oleanna, New York. New York Times New York 26 Oct. 1992: B1, B3.

Richards, David. “The Jackhammer Voice of Mamet’s Oleanna .” New York Times 8 Nov. 1992: C1.

Richards, David. “Mamet’s Women.” New York Times 3 Jan. 1993, Sec. 2: 1, 5.

Richards, David and Melissa Morgan. “Theater.” New York 14 Sept. 1992: 58. Oleanna preview.

Ridley, Clifford A. “From Mamet, a Power Play.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Philadelphia Enquirer 27 Oct. 1992: F2.

Rose, Lloyd. “Mamet’s Oleanna : Too Long, Yet It Falls Short.” Rev. of Oleanna. Kennedy Center. Washington Post 26 Apr. 1993: D1. Directed by Mamet with Macy and Eisenstadt.

Rosenfeld, Megan. “Exit Audience, Arguing: A Poll on Mamet’s Uneven Battle.” Washington Post 30 Apr. 1993: B1. Audience votes on blackboard after each Kennedy Center performance.

Russo, Francine. “Mamet’s Traveling Cockfight.” Village Voice 29 June 1993: 96.

Shirley, Don. “Mamet’s Play at Tiffany after Taper Dispute.” Los Angeles Times 11 Nov. 1993: F2. Macy to direct; Mamet in dispute over casting, takes the play out of Mark Taper.

Showalter, Elaine. “Acts of Violence.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. TLS 6 Nov. 1992 16.

Silverthorne, Jeanne. “PC Playhouse [Exits and Entrances].” Artforum 31.7 (March 1993): 10.

Simon, J. “ Thirteen Ways of Looking  at a Turkey.” Rev. of Oleanna , New York. New York 9 Nov. 1992: 72.

Solomon, Alisa. “He Said/He Said.” Village Voice 2 Nov. 1993: 110, 115. Regional theater productions, Lughnasa on 16 stages, Oleanna on 12.

Stayton, Richard. “Manic Mamet.” Boston Globe 2 Oct. 1992: 45.

Stayton, Richard. “The Storm Over Oleanna .” Los Angeles Times 30 Jan. 1994: 8.

Stayton, Richard. “Then He Created Woman.” Newsday [New York] 25 Oct. 1992: 7, 26. Extended account of Mamet before and during the Cambridge opening night.

Stearns, David Patrick. “Mamet’s Brutal Battle of the Sexes.” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. USA Today 26 Oct. 1992: D4.

Sterritt, David. “Dramas Touch on Political Power: Oleanna .” Rev. of Oleanna. Orpheum Theater, NY. Christian Science Monitor 30 Oct. 1992: 12.

Story, Richard David. “David Mamet Raises Outrage to an Art Form in Oleanna .” New York 14 Sept. 1992: 58.

Taylor, Markland. Rev. of Oleanna. Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Mass. Variety 11 May 1992: 127.

Tinker, Jack. “Battle of the Sexists, or How to Put the Boot into Nazi-speak.” Rev. of Oleanna , London. Daily Mail [London] 1 July 1993: 7.

Weales, Gerald. “Gender Wars.” Rev. of Oleanna . Orpheum Theater, NY. Commonweal 4 Dec. 1992: 15.

Weber, Bruce. “Mamet: Hearings Prompted 'Oleanna'.” Chicago Tribune 12 Nov. 1992: 15G.

Weber, Bruce. “Bon Voyage for Oleanna .” New York Times 14 Jan. 1994: C2. Play closes after 15 months--lists upcoming the world presentations.

Weiss, Hedy. “Mamet's 'Oleanna' Both Infuriating, Provocative.” Rev. of Oleanna . Wellington Theatre, Chicago Chicago Sun-Times 14 Sept. 1993: 33.

Wolf, Matt. “A London Oleanna Deepens the Debate.” American Theatre Nov. 1993: 77-78.

Zorn, Eric, and Mary Schmich. “He Says, She Says; Two Columnists Face Off Over Mamet's 'Oleanna'—Sort Of.” Chicago Tribune 3 Oct. 1993, Sec. 13: 6.

On Directing Film: Book Reviews

Brewer, Gay. “Studied Simplicity: David Mamet’s On Directing Film .” Literature-Film Quarterly 20 (1992): 167-68.

Buss, Robin. Rev. of On Directing Film . Times Educational Supplement 1 Jan. 1993: 18.

Liebman, Roy. “Book Reviews: Arts & Humanities.” Rev. of On Directing Film . Library Journal  1 Apr. 1993: 100.

Ricky Jay and His Fifty Two Assistants:   Notices and Reviews

Blum, David. “The Ace.” New York 7 February 1994: 54. Profile of Ricky Jay and Mamet's impression of him.

Brantley, Ben. Rev. of Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants. New York Times 7 Feb.: B1 [N], C11[L].

Canby, Vincent. “Riding a Merry-Go-Round of Pathos and Camp.” Rev. of Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants. New York Times 13 Feb. 1994, Sec. 2:  5.

Cocks, Jay. “Tricky Ricky.” Rev. of Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants . Time 14 Feb. 1994: 62.

Evans, Greg. Rev. of Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants. Variety 7 Feb. 1994: 60.

Simon, John. Rev. of Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants . New York 21 Feb. 1994: 52.

Scholarly Articles, Books, and Parts of Books

“An Introduction to Playwright Mamet, David.” Theater Heute  N 10 (Oct. 1993): 34.

Berkowitz, Gerald M. “David Mamet.” American Drama of the Twentieth Century . London: Longman, 1992. 190-94.

Bigsby, C. W. E. “David Mamet: All True Stories.” Modern American Drama, 1945-1990 . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 195-230.

Carroll, Dennis. “The Recent Mamet Films: 'Business' versus Communion.” David Mamet: A Casebook . Ed. Leslie Kane. New York: Garland, 1992. 175-90.

Carroll, Dennis. “MAMET, David (Alan).” International Directory of Theatre: 2 Playwrights . Eds. Mark Hawkins-Dady and Helen Ottaway. Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 627-30.

Cohn, Ruby. “How Are Things Made Round.” Kane 109-122.

Ditzky, J. M. Rev. of David Mamet: A Casebook , ed. Leslie Kane. Choice 29 (1992): 1540.

Fletcher, Kathy. “ American Buffalo .” International Directory of Theatre: 1 Plays . Ed. Mark Hawkins-Dady. Chicago: St. James Press, 1992. 16-17.

Gale, Steven H. “David Mamet’s The Verdict : The Opening Cons.” Kane 161-174.

Geis, Deborah R. “David Mamet and the Metadramatic Tradition: Seeing ‘the Trick from the Back.’” Kane 49-68.

Hall, Ann C. “Playing to Win: Sexual Politics in David Mamet’s House of Games and Speed-the-Plow .” Kane 137-160.

Harris, Andrew B. “ American Buffalo .” Broadway Theatre . London: Routledge, 1994. 97-112.

Hinden, Michael. “’Intimate Voices’: Lakeboat and Mamet’s Quest for Community.” Kane 33-48.

Hubert-Leibler, Pascale. “Dominance and Anguish: The Teacher-Student Relationship in the Plays of David Mamet.” Kane 69-86.

Hudgins, Christopher C. “Comedy and Humor in the Plays of David Mamet.” Kane 191-230.

Joki, Ilkka. “David Mamet's Drama: The Dialogicality of Grotesque Realism.” Bakhtin: Carnival and Other Subjects . Ed. David Shepherd. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993. 80-98.

Joki, Ilkka. Mamet, Bakhtin, and the Dramatic: The Demotic as a Variable of Addressivity .  Abo: Abo Akademi UP, 1993.

Kane, Leslie. “Interview with Gregory Mosher.” Kane 231-48.

Kane, Leslie. “Interview with Joe Mantegna.” Kane 249-70.

Kane, Leslie. “Introduction.” Kane xiii-xxvi.

Kane, Leslie, ed. David Mamet: A Casebook . New York: Garland, 1992.

Kane, Leslie. “‘In blood, in blood thou shalt remember’: David Mamet’s Marcanos .” Yearbook of English Studies 24 (1994): 157-71.

Kane, Leslie and Gay Brewer. “Bibliography.” Kane 271-298.

Lawley, Paul. “ Glengarry Glen Ross .” International Directory of Theatre: 1 Plays . Ed. Mark Hawkins-Dady. Chicago: St. James Press, 1992. 294-95.

Louvish, Simon. “Out of the Shadows.” Sight and Sound 3.6 (June 1993): 18.  Jewish Image in Hollywood Film, including Homicide .

Malkin, Jeanette R. “David Mamet: American Buffalo and Glengarry Glen Ross .” Verbal Violence in Contemporary Drama . Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1992. 145-61.

McDonough, Carla J. “Every Fear Hides a Wish: Unstable Masculinity in Mamet’s Drama.” Theatre Journal 44 (1992): 195-205.

Roeder-Zerndt, Martin. Lesen und Zuschauen: David Mamet und das amerikanische Drama und Theater der 70er Jahre . Forum Modernes Theater Schriftenreihe; Bd. 12 .  Tubingen: Narr, 1994.

Roundané, Matthew C. “Mamet’s Mimetics.” Kane 3-32.

Schvey, Henry I. “Power Plays: David Mamet’s Theatre of Manipulation.” Kane 87-108.

Skeele, David. “The Devil and David Mamet: Sexual Perversity in Chicago as Homiletic Tragedy.” Modern Drama 36 (1993): 512-18.

Stafford, Tony J. “Speed-the-Plow and Speed the Plough: The Work of the Earth.” Modern Drama 36 (1993): 38-47.

Weales, Gerald. "American Theater Watch, 1992-93." Georgia Review 47 (1993): 563+

Zeifman, Hersh. “Phallus in Wonderland: Machismo and Business in David Mamet’s American Buffalo and Glengarry Glen Ross .” Kane 123-136.

Zinman, Toby Silverman. “Jewish Aphoria: The Rhythm of Talking in Mamet.” Theatre Journal 44 (1992): 207-15.

Rising Sun: Reviews

Denby, David. Rev. of Rising Sun . New York 2 Aug. 1993: 50.

Hajari, Nisid and Melina Gerosa et al. “The Dark Side of the 'Sun'.” Entertainment Weekly 6 Aug. 1993: 26. Mamet hired as screenwriter for Rising Sun .

"Squirrels:" Reviews

Showalter, Elaine. Rev. of "Squirrels." King’s Head Theatre, London. TLS London 26 Mar. 1993: 18.

Wolf, Matt. Rev. of "Squirrels." King’s Head Theatre, London Variety 5 Apr. 1993: 185.

The Water Engine: Reviews of TNT Broadcast

Rev. of The Water Engine telecast. Time 24 Aug. 1992: 69.

Goodman, Walter. “David Mamet’s Fable of the Inventor and the Ogre.” New York Times 24 Aug. 1992: C11.

Kogan, Rick. “A Solid Start: David Mamet’s ‘The Water Engine’ a Powerhouse in New TNT Series.” Chicago Tribune 24 Aug. 1992, Sec. 5: 5.

Loynd, Ray. “Mamet’s ‘Engine’: Smooth Ride.” Los Angeles Times 24 Aug. 1992: F9.

Mills, Nancy. “Chicago’s M&Ms—Mantegna and Mamet—Score Again.” Chicago Tribune 23 Aug. 1992, Sec. 11: 3. Prev. of The Water Engine  broadcast.

Scott, Tony. Rev. of The Water Engine telecast. Variety 24 Aug. 1992: 65.

Shales, Tom. “Mamet’s ’Water Engine’: Out of Steam.” Washington Post 24 Aug. 1992: B1.

Siegel, Ed. “TNT and Mamet Are a Good Fit.” Boston Globe 24 Aug. 1992: 34.

Stayton, Richard. “Enter Scowling.” Los Angeles Times 23 Aug. 1992: Mag. 20.

The Woods: Reviews

Bommer, Lawrence. “Revival of 'The Woods' at Sheffield's Has That Old Mamet Magic.” School Street Cafe, Chicago. Chicago Tribune 15 Jan. 1993, Sec. 1: 20.

Cooper, Jeanne. “At Source, the Heart of 'The Woods'.” Source Theater, Washington, D.C. Washington Post 26 Jan. 1994: D4.